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. >> reporter: it doesn't seem like that will be much of a challenge. >> who's got it better than us? >> nobody! let's go. >> reporter: at san francisco international airport, john ramos, cbs 5. >> reporter: check this out. the super bowl roman numerals finally arrived today and they came by barge. true story. the official numbers traveled up the mississippi river, will be docked at a stretch of waterfront designated as a super bowl boulevard through sunday. the numbers stand 30 feet high and 100 feet wide. and speaking of super bowl boulevard, it's really just one long stretch of musical venues and acts. it's a four-day festival on four stages with food, drink, live tv broadcast, lots of other offerings. brass bands, dixieland, zydeco, blues, jazz. if it's a new orleans sound it's probably playing here. the boulevard is free open to the public. now, the one thing that you find when you have covered as many super bowls as we have been able to go to, everybody has a press conference. doesn't matter who you are. you are going to get a press confe
his day. >> we'll see when i get to work because we use water every day and we are in the seafood business and it's not going to affect us so much as the other folks on the wharf because they cut fish every day and they are using water constantly. >> reporter: water main breaks are common especially in the winter months. the water department says there's nothing really significant about this one unless of course you're one of the people waking up without the ability to shower this morning. so the mason cable car line is being rerouted with buses. and we're not exactly sure how many people are without water right now. again, all i can confirm on scene is these two blocks of filbert but we have had a lot of other reports of outages. we are trying to confirm some more of that and we'll keep you posted. right now live from the scene in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> not a good way to wake up. >> you can't brush your teeth or have coffee, can't take a shower. that's no fun. >> no. no fun at all. happy tuesday -- or wednesday. >>> lawrence
this morning. it's a bellwether for the nation's economy. rebecca jarvis is here with us. what are they saying about the economy? >> looking backwards walmart had a good christmas, that holiday sales worked out well for them they earned more than wall street was expecting, they came in a little light on sales. however, going forward, that's really the question walmart is considered a bellwether for our overall economy and what they told us this morning is that the payroll tax cut is impacting consumers, that pike that we saw at the beginning of the year the 2% hike that takes about $20 out of people's weekly paychecks, that's getting their consumer also gasoline price is up 50 cents in the last month, that's hitting consumers and there's a temporary knock on the consumer because refunds have been delayed. the tax code had to be overhauled as a result of many of the reforms at the end of last year and they're saying their consumer has been hit by delays in the refund checks about $20 billion in refund checks didn't go out on time. >> new information this morning rebecca t
secretary arne duncan. mr. secretary, thank you for joining us this morning. >> good morning major. thanks for having me. >> garrett: i know you will get to some of the implications of the across-the-board cuts, but in the recovery academy the education department received $98 billion. isn't there room in your budget, mr. secretary, to absorb some of these spending cuts and not have some of the negative effects that have been tellsed so far? >> our money all goes out to school districts. as you know, the vast majorpt of federal money goes to help vulnerable children, whether children with special needs poor children whether whether adults in college doing work study, whether our babies in head start. we don't have any ability with dumb cuts like this to figure out what the right thing to do is. it means children will not get the services and opportunities they need and as many as 40,000 teaches could lose their job. >> garrett: how soon could that happen? i heard immediately early in the fall. is there a "the sky is falling?" >> some will happen immediately and some in the fall. there are
to get something done. you know, a president whom i admired promised the border security to us, and when they moved forward last time and it didn't happen, and we are still faced with a very insecure-- unsecure border. i was just down at the border-- >> garrett: mention inside a recent interview you believe drug cartels are essentially waiting along the border to cross-- >> major i don't-- i know. i mean i saw them. we see them all the time. you can talk-- i visually saw them. they're staging and they're team coveraging during the day and they come across at night. our fences aren't complete. the border patrol is too far north. they need to be closer to the line. and we certainly need a more national guard on the ground. we have national guard in the air, but we need more national guard on the ground. and people are 11th down there in fear of their lives. and fear of the safety of their families. and we are want recepts of all the crime that is taking place-- extortion, the human trafficking, the prostitution, the cost in jails. it is-- it's a bad problem. and then to sit in arizona and
us what they were looking for inside. but outside fbi agents interviewed neighbors like manuel garcia to find out what they know about the man suspected of killing 13-year- old genelle conway allen. >> strange and quiet. he didn't say much. >> reporter: that's how neighbors describe him, quiet. jones and his family moved in about a year and a half ago. neighbors tell me his wife works but he appears to be unemployed. >> never seen him working, never really seen him like have a job or anything. >> reporter: the arrest shook this fairfield neighborhood. >> super creepy, man. i have my little girl here so, oh, it's creepy but i'm glad they caught the guy. >> sick, really shocking. just seeing the commotion and everything is a lot. >> reporter: fairfield police arrested him around 7 a.m. in the 1100 block of east tabor avenue near where police surveillance camera took the last known photo of genelle last thursday. someone found her nude body in a park the next morning. >> jones was identified early on as a suspect in this case. since that time he
: since federal law bars the state from denying scouts the use of schools or state parks, lara and 13 of his fellow democrats decided to hit the scouts in their wallets. >> nonprofit status is a privilege that's given by the financial support of all californians so if an organization is discriminating, therefore they shouldn't be privileged. >> reporter: officials at the mount diablo scouting district declined to comment on the move saying they haven't had time to study the tax plan. but republicans were quick to enter the fray. >> i think it's an issue of political posturing. >> we have been waiting for the boy scouts to end the discrimination practice for a while now. they have had recently had a meeting in which they decided to kick the can and allow individual troops to determine if they were going to continue discriminating or not. >> reporter: how much of this is to try to put pressure on the boy scouts to change? >> the idea here is to obviously put pressure on the boy scouts. and if this is one way to create leverage, then, you know, so be
towards us. [ laughter ] >> at least she knows what to do, right? the national weather service confirmed that this was a weak one no reports of damage or injuries. other funnel clouds were seen over the sacramento valley but only one is confirmed as a tornado so far. >> an assertive woman. >> she knew what to do. we have to lie in a ditch. >> she did. >> and her husband was gunning right for it. >> hello! >>> we have a couple of accidents beer we're following one on the connector ramp and it could be a bad crash. injuries involved. fire crews. they are calling for two flatbed tow trucks so it sounds like those cars are unmovable right now. it's on those connector ramps. we think right now it's northbound guadalupe parkway to 280 so expect some delays again, chp heading to the scene trying to confirm exactly what connector ramps around the guadalupe parkway and 280 are blocked. so use 101 or highway 85. this is another crash we're watching northbound 880 approaching oak street. one lane is blocked as you head into downtown oakland. and thi
on a plan for what to do if they don't lift the ban. kpix 5 reporter phil matier tells us he is pushing to strip the organization of a huge tax break. phil. >> reporter: that's right, allen. and, as a matter of fact, we were up in sacramento to get to this story and here it is. california's state senator ricardo lara is turning the heat up on the boy scouts moving to strip them of their tax exempt status unless they start allowing in gays. >> it's important for us to set the tone in california that we are not going to condone discrimination. >> reporter: and since federal law bars the state from denying the scouts the use of schools or state parks lara and 13 fellow democrats decided to hit the scouts in the wallet. >> nonprofit status is a privilege that's given by the financial support of all californians. and so if an organization is discriminating they shouldn't be privileged. >> reporter: official at the scouting district declined to comment saying they haven't had time to study the tax plan but republicans were quick to enter the fray. >> i th
and u.s. are looking at that now and they could take action to cut them back but short of that google is untouchable at the moment pretty much. >> reporter: now, despite again the $800 a share close, they are third in value, number two exxonmobil and number one apple. google reportedly considering taking a playbook from apple, a page from the playbook, by opening retail stores to sell going the branded hardware. those reports give no time frame for when google may enter the market. >> they keep reinventing themselves and expanding the brand. >> reporter: that's what makes them successful. no question about it. >> thank you, mark. >>> the chp ready to pull out extra patrols from oakland unless the city can come up with the cash to pay for them. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo on what it would cost and where the money would come from. >> reporter: since patrolling the streets of oakland, the police department says in some cases violent crime is down and they don't want to mess with the momentum. >>> reporter: november 1st, the chp joined additional lo
practice this evening, this is good news because we could certainly use the rainfall. here it is. kpix 5 high-def doppler radar showing a marked increase in activity especially north of the golden gate over the past hour or so. watch out petaluma, novato, mill valley, it's going to be raining soon there and it will be steady at times. watch out in san francisco, south city, south of san mateo and redwood city, that batch of rain off to your west is heading toward you. we already had the front move through and then got a break many of you with clear skies right now. there's an upper area of low pressure moving down from oregon and washington. has its sights set right on northern california in the bay area. some more showers are on the way. let's talk to meteorologist robe roberta on today's rainfall totals and how far behind we are for the year because we have a lot of catching up to do. >> reporter: i'm here at the bay bridge. before we get to that matter about the rainfall and how we are lacking, i have to show you something now because this just
a photographer this morning showing us a live look in those northbound lanes. it was slower earlier this morning but just a heads up, you may find some delays there coming into san jose. that is your "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> well, bay area drivers are feeling the pain at the pump. but there may soon be some relief from those high gas prices. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in emeryville to explain what is going on. >> reporter: i'm sure that relief can't come soon enough for drivers especially here at this shell station in emeryville where a gallon of regular is going to cost you $4.23 a gallon. according to a new lundberg survey, we are hearing now that drivers could actually be paying less. the survey says the average price for gas jumped 20 cents over the past two weeks and prices spiked 54 cents over nine weeks but the study's authors say the causes for the hike in prices are now out of the picture. crud oil prize are starting to drop -- prices are starting to drop and the speed of the price spook is starting
closure in effect. caltrans is telling us until about 5:30 this morning and brake lights in the commute direction. across the golden gate bridge there is one lonely headlight heading towards doyle drive coming in san francisco. they picked up some overnight roadwork and did the lane changes across the span so everything is still moving fine this morning. as you can see, you won't have a lot of company on the roads so far this morning. drive times for the east bay westbound 580 the nimitz and the eastshore freeway, still all in the green so far at 5:15 a.m. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." for the latest on your forecast, lawrence, are we seeing any rain? >> no rain! i wish, elizabeth. boy, i had so much fun the other day but it's back to dry weather now. looks like it's going to stay that way for the foreseeable future at least for the next 7 days. outside now, cool and breezy in spots especially at the coastline. temperatures in the 30s and the 40s this afternoon we'll find a lot of sunshine just a couple of passing clouds. those wind
path to mineta international airport. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec shows us the condition at the tent city. >> reporter: it's cold to be camping but the people behind mere along spring street say they have no other choice but to live in this shantytown. police are planning a clean-up though so they are going to have to find somewhere else to live as soon as march 4. this encampment near guadalupe river park has gotten so big, you can see it from the airplanes. 100 people living in 40 tents. the squatters started coming here last month after the city raided a nearby encampment and the setup they are living in are elaborate some with windowpanes and makeshift kitchens. >> reporter: is this a mattress? >> it's a big old mattress wrapped in plastic and up on top of crates, i mean, you know, wood. so the rain goes under the pallet. >> reporter: now, the city has had a tough time with encampments recently. every time think clean one up, another one forms. they say it will cost about $40,000 to clean up this encampment. it is one of dozens
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